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Conservation in Socio-Ecological Systems - CSES
Invasion Ecology

Gonçalo M. Rosa


I received a Ph.D. Biodiversity Management from the University of Kent (UK) in 2015 and I am currently working in the Conservation in Socio-Ecological Systems (CSES) group of cE3c. I am a Research Fellow with a broad vision of biodiversity, linking both field and experimental work with modelling and cutting-edge molecular tools to better inform population management and effective conservation.

For many years I have focused on mechanisms that underpin global biodiversity change and how populations respond to emerging threats in the Anthropocene. Using an ecology-based framework, my current research seeks to understand the mechanisms that drive emerging diseases in wildlife. Particularly, I am interested in using amphibians as a model to investigate temporal disruptions in stable host-pathogen systems and how immunity traits affect ecological dynamics. Additional lines of research include the interplay between multiple threats but also push the boundaries of wildlife health. By investigating the role of trade in pathogen dispersal and its impacts on both biodiversity and human health, my research is also placed under a One Health context.

I was a post-doc at the University of Nevada, Reno (USA), Imperial College London (UK) and the Institute of Zoology, Zoological Society of London (UK), currently holding an Honorary Research Associate status in the latter.



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